Rejuvenating programme for the mind and body based on Ayurvedic medicine. It’s designed to clear the body of toxins, restore balance and strengthen the immune system. It can include lots of elements such as massage, yoga and diet.
Volcanic mud mixed with paraffin wax to ease aches and pains caused by illnesses like arthritis.
Where heated wax is brushed over the body to soothe the muscles, draw out dirt, remove dead skin and leave skin feeling clean and soft. Essentially, the ultimate steam – Champneys do it brilliantly.
Where gentle laser treatments are used to stimulate new collagen, smooth fine wrinkles and reduce the appearance of age spots, broken capillaries and rosacea.
Lots of bending and stretching your way to fitness. It was developed by Joseph Pilates in the early 1900s as a way of conditioning the body to develop flexibility and strength via a system of controlled exercises.
A paste spread on or in layers of cloth, they are a traditional remedy used most often to relieve swelling and inflammation. Spas often use them in treatments and they generally contain all-natural ingredients such as muds, herbs and botanicals.
A way of aiding weight loss by limiting the number of calories and percentage of certain food groups in your meals. Remarkably, they manage to do it at Grayshott Health Spa without making it feel like a punishment… in fact, it’s a real treat to eat there!
Walking fast, but not fast enough to call it running. Power walking is an aerobic, energetic way of walking to maintain cardiovascular health, burn calories, and develop stomach, thigh, and buttock muscles.
Doing yoga in a flowing sequence of postures. It emphasises building body heat and breaching mindfully. It stretches and strengthens muscle while creating a calm and clear mind.
A holistic approach to health and wellbeing that combines different methods of treatment and practices to help prevent or reverse disease rather than simply treat it.
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